What Are the Differences Between the Roebling and Lorimer Hybrid Models?

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Looking at the Roebling and Lorimer, but not quite sure how the models compare? The answer is actually quite simple!
 

Here's a Quick Summary:

 SIMILARITIES DIFFERENCES
FRAME MATERIAL SADDLE
DRIVETRAIN COLORS
GRIPS SIZING
GENERAL COMPONENTS

 

1. SADDLE

The Lorimer's stock saddle is slightly wider and more cushioned in comparison to the Roebling's saddle. It's important to remember that saddles are highly subjective from rider to rider. We always suggest trying the bike with its stock saddle before investing into an aftermarket seat that'll potentially better suit your needs. 

 

2. COLORS

The Roebling is only available in its ever-popular Matte Black colorway. The Lorimer comes in two colorways - Matte Denim, and Soft Ivory. It is not possible to swap colors across the two models.

 

3. SIZING

The Lorimer is overall a smaller bicycle. It's available in sizes 14" - 18", and can accommodate riders from 4'11" - 5'7". The Roebling is available in sizes 15" - 23", and can accommodate riders from 5'0" - 6'4". 

Still have questions on sizing (or anything else)? Check our sizing guide.

 

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